Neil is still in daycare but they have been studying the basics, it’s not all play time for them. So when his teacher informed me about his upcoming third assessment, I knew I have to spend some time with him to review the stuff he learned in the past few months. Alphabet They’re using a… Continue reading How I Prepared Neil for His 3rd Assessment
It’s a beautiful Sunday morning: a playful kid, hot coffee, chilly weather, and some online learning from LinkedIn Learning. And Nilia just told me she’ll be making chicken macaroni for lunch. This is a great Sunday indeed!
Bricks are Neil’s go-to toys lately. He’s been building just about anything, even if his creations don’t make sense most of the time. But I love seeing him dabble with these bricks as I believe it helps him become creative and imaginative. Here are some of his creations:
Neil and his classmates had their Christmas party at McDonald’s today. They all had fun, including us parents.
My Mom gave me this University of Santo Tomas throw pillow. It was given by UST to my Dad, as a promotional item I believe. The thing is Dad didn’t study there; he didn’t even go to college. It’s me and my Mom who went to UST. What I’m saying is, I guess that’s why… Continue reading Go Uste!
Last Friday, Neil’s school held a Halloween party. A few days before that, we were planning to let him wear this black gown, a scary red mask, then have his mom apply makeup on his face. But it turned out the gown was too long for him so we went to the mall and got… Continue reading Neil as Captain America | His First Halloween Party